exclusive economic zone
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Niue, a tiny South Pacific island nation with a population of roughly 1,600, has turned 40 percent of its exclusive economic zone into a marine park, and Chile added two new marine parks where fishing and all other extractive activities are banned.
But the country’s granite islands and coral atolls sit within an exclusive economic zone of 1.4m sq km.
North Korea frequently threatens Japan, and some of the missiles Pyongyang has tested have landed inside Japan’s exclusive economic zone.
Citing their exclusive economic zone, the Azores has asked the MAREA companies to create a junction, connecting the islands to this third line.
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